Al-Ahram Weekly Online   10 - 16 February 2005
Issue No. 729
Published in Cairo by AL-AHRAM established in 1875

There and back again
Should the constitution be amended before or after November's presidential elections? The opposition pendulum keeps swinging, reports Gamal Essam El-Din
Distressing spotlight
Following a demonstration at the Cairo Book Fair Amira Howeidy finds the 'Enough' movement embarrassed by its sudden rise to international renown
'Tomorrow' in limbo
The future looks far less certain for Al-Ghad Party in light of its leader Ayman Nour's continuing detention, reports Mona El-Nahhas
Holding the fort
With jailed Al-Ghad Party leader Ayman Nour languishing in prison, the party's Secretary-General Mona Makram Ebeid is holding the fort. She spoke to Shaden Shehab of the crisis, and the party's demands
Taking the risk
Reem Nafie digs into this week's brief kidnapping of four Egyptian telecom technicians in Iraq
What comes down must go up
The cogwheels are in motion and heated elections at the Bar Association are eminent. But, asks Karim Yehia Abu Youssef , what of the education system that produces all these lawyers in the first place?
EgyptAir fails again
Why were hundreds of EgyptAir passengers returning from the hajj pilgrimage left stranded for three days at a Saudi Arabian airport? Amira Ibrahim investigates

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